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Speaking With Boylan Defensive Back Ryan Starck Class Of 2024



So, in a way to better understand the use of Deep Dish Football for Illinois recruits and the whole entire IHSA Football scene. Decided to do player profiles of players who you might not know or you might know, but you should respect them for their roles on their respective teams. This is one of the many reasons why Deep Dish Football is respected in the IHSA. Every Football Player Has A Story To Tell




Ryan Starck Rockford Boylan Class Of 2024 DB 5'11 195















Ryan Starck how was your junior season? My Junior Season was full of learning experiences. I led my team in tackles as a Defensive Back and learned so much from the talented seniors on the team. We had a great year, winning the conference and then losing to eventual 5A state champs Nazareth Academy in a windy battle in LaGrange. What does football mean to you? Football is something that has helped me make the best friendships and has helped me form my character. I love the game and everything involved with the game, and I am excited to pursue a career at the next level to continue playing the game I love. What should college coaches know about you? I am the hardest working kid in the room and will do anything to help my team win. I also possess great leadership qualities and love to see my friends succeed in everything they do! I’m also a great student off the field and my grades are always the best that they can be. What do you feel is your strongest trait on the football field? My versatility as a defensive playmaker and as an athlete. I can come down and fill holes in the box, as well as press cover receivers. I used to play quarterback and have a high football IQ thanks to the great coaching at my high school and at Midwest Boom. I also am not afraid to use my strength and knock someone’s socks off. Who on Boylan is ready for a breakout season this fall? Rasheed Johnson is no doubt a division one athlete and teammate that I have tremendous respect for. He runs a 4.4 and has all the intangibles that make a player great. I wouldn’t be surprised if he picks up some major division one offers after next year. He can run, he can catch, and even can play defense if you need him to. Coaches all around should know his name.

What goals do you have for yourself this upcoming season? I’m working to be named conference defensive MVP, as well as to become an All-State player. I will work hard to get the opportunity to play college football at the division one level and hope to achieve my dream of playing for my school on Saturdays in front of all my family and friends. Apart from me individually, I hope to help our team win the 4A state title next year.








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